Overview

Contemporary assessment in the health professions occurs within a complex system of health professions education and health care practice, the ultimate goal of which is the delivery of quality patient care. Global proliferation of integrated, patient/learner centred, competency-based health professions curricula have significantly impacted on both learning  and assessment in health professions education. This two-day workshop will contextualise current trends in competency based assessment within contemporary health professions educational practice.
   

Objectives

Course participants will gain an understanding of the value of a systems approach to assessment, the various frameworks of assessment currently applied, the theory and practice of workplace-based assessment, the importance of standardisation of assessment tools and practice, and challenges to achieving this standardisation when assessment is work-place based.
   

Target Audience

  • Clinical educators involved in assessment of trainees in the health professions  at undergraduate or postgraduate levels
  • Educators interested in the theory and practice of contemporary assessment processes in the health professions
       

Venue

Clinical School Johor Bahru
Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences,
Monash University Malaysia

Address: No.8, Jalan Masjid Abu Bakar,  80100 Johor Bahru
(inside the compound of Hospital Sultanah Aminah)

Tel: +607-2190 600
   

   
   

Program Schedule

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Speakers